Friday, October 5, 2012
Interlaced stool and coffee table
Austrian designer philipp aduatz has designed the 'interlaced stool and coffee table', using the influence of 'interlaced video' – a technology developed in the late 1920´s to reduce the flicker of analog television by doubling the frame rate without consuming extra bandwidth. because each frame is composed of two fields that are captured at different moments in time, motion artifacts known as 'combing' will be displayed if the recorded object is moving fast enough, capturing the object in a different position.
Aduatz' furniture collection incorporates small oak-wooden elements which are glued together to construct a complex geometry. to ensure stability steel reinforcements are embedded in the wood, each piece is made unique to reflect on its structural arrangement.